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St Vincent de Paul: Assistance, Shelter, Hope
St Vincent de Paul: Assistance, Shelter, Hope

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The epiphany of Jesus' glory is a sign of the persistence of God's love to us. God reveals glory to us in many ways to make sure we catch it. Do we respond to epiphany signs that come in many ways? Learn more in this week's Vincentian reflection:
https://stvincentdayton.org/second-sunday-in-ordinary-time/
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As Jesus was baptized by John, so must we be baptized –not just in the waters of repentance but by the Holy Spirit and fire which calls us, too, to give ourselves to God. Learn more in this week's Vincentian Reflection: https://stvincentdayton.org/the-baptism-of-the-lord/
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When Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea, the Magi came to worship the newborn king. Are we capable of that ourselves? Are we able to make Christ the absolute center of our lives? Learn more in this week's Vincentian Reflection: https://stvincentdayton.org/the-epiphany-of-the-lord/
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Parents spend their children's growing up years emptying themselves of their own desires for the sake of the well-being of their children, then let go, helping their children know they really belong to God. Read more in today's Vincentian Reflection: https://stvincentdayton.org/the-holy-family-of-jesus-mary-and-joseph/
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We are thankful for faithful partners like our friends at Trelevate who support us year after year with generous donations.

Wondering how you can help? Visit our website to see our wish list of items that are needed every day to support our guests and neighbors in need.

https://stvincentdayton.org/how-to-donate/donation-of-goods/
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1 Peter 4:10 - Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.

Our volunteers and staff love and care for our guests every day to the best of their ability. They strive to show the love of Christ to each person they are privileged to serve. They don't expect a thank you, but when they get one it means so much.
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Merry Christmas! Although perhaps not merry for all, we can still wish this to each other because Jesus came for people in dark places. Because of Jesus we can celebrate a Christmas that is joyful and blessed. Read more in today's Vincentian Reflection: https://stvincentdayton.org/Christmas
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We must bring the poor more than a program for the betterment of their economic condition. We must also bring the peace, joy and the spiritual freedom we have experienced from being present to Jesus Christ. Read more in this week's Vincentian Reflection: https://stvincentdayton.org/fourth-sunday-of-advent/
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The crowds ask John the Baptist, "What should we do?" His answer is essentially to share what you have with those who have not. This is a totally different way of seeing life! Learn more in this week's Vincentian Reflection: https://stvincentdayton.org/third-sunday-of-advent/
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Advent is all about recognizing the presence of Christ in our lives as salvation already come. Learn more on this Second Sunday of Advent in this week’s Vincentian Reflection: https://stvincentdayton.org/second-sunday-of-advent/
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